And for those that don’t, do not despair, is is just one stage in the process and different people peak at different times.
THIS my mate got 4 o levels then went on to get a first in his 20’s.
people only look at your last result ,which is good, as my a levels are very averagePosted 4 years agorocketmanMember
Firstly congratulations to everyone that worked hard for their results but 11 exams, is that really normal or is your child some kind of genius?
Seems fairly normal these days. IIRC rocket jr got 13 (not A* I hasten to add!)
They weren’t all different subjects – some of them (Physics Biology IT) were double awards, two for English, compulsory subjects + a couple of random ones they soon add upPosted 4 years agorocketmanMember
They are getting easier.
I helped my lad with his revision and although I don’t think the questions were any easier they were a lot less wordy and not intended to confuse the candidate.
As opposed to some of my O-level questions e.g a geostationary satellite of mass blah blah blah is in a decaying orbit. Given that blah blah blah give the grid reference of where the satellite is expected to land (Maths)
An alchemist is attempting to turn lead into gold. He has a solution of Copper Sulphate and a particle accelerator blah blah blah (Chemistry)
Happy daysPosted 4 years ago
I thought everyone was doing international batchelorettes these days?
no lots of places are doing IGCSE as its easier and Gove wants to judge schools on five “good” gcse’s rather than just eng and maths plus 3. He called this the english bacc to confuse people and its eng maths sci a modern language and history or geography I think.Posted 4 years ago
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